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A celebratory mix, as another visa granted for a further 2 months in Thailand, so a compilation of many tempos but strung together nicely.
Lorraine is a London-born singer, known for her record Lost Summer Love (1965), which came to be regarded as a classic of Northern Soul.
Northern soul perennial Cody Black was born in Cincinnati in 1939 -- according to the profile at www.soulfuldetroit.com, he grew up just blocks from the headquarters of King Records, and by his teens was a steady presence in the label's offices.
Was a singer, songwriter and producer, born 2 August 1941 in Memphis, Tennessee, died 3 April 2003 in Memphis, Tennessee.
Recorded a few singles in the early 1960s before joining the Stax record label as a songwriter, working with artists like Sam & Dave and The Staple Singers. In 1968 he teamed up with Bettye Crutcher and Raymond Jackson to form the We Three songwriting team, best known for their 1968 hit Who's Making Love, recorded by Johnnie Taylor. He has a twin brother, songwriter James Banks.
- 1 Bill Black's Combo Wipe It Out
- 2 Homer Banks Sweetie Pie (Minit '66)
- 3 Honey Cone Truth Will Come Out
- 4 Major Lance It's the Beat
- 5 Roscoe Robinson Time After Time
- 6 Ann Sexton It's All over but the Shouting
- 7 Carolyn Crawford Keep Stepping (Never Look Back)
- 8 Chris Clark Love's Gone Bad
- 9 Lorraine Silver I'll Keep on Holding On
- 10 The Charades Key to My Happiness
- 11 Otis Smith Let Her Go
- 12 Arthur Alexander Call Me Honey
- 13 Leon Byrd I Got Love
- 14 Cody Black Mr. Blue
- 15 Elois Law Love Factory
- 16 Doris Troy I'll Do Anything (He Wants Me To Do)
- 17 Phyllis Dillon Make Me Yours
- 18 Kenny Gamble I'll Just Keep On Smilin'
- 19 Winfield Parker I Love You Just The Same
- 20 Billy Larkin & The Delegates Light My Fire
- 21 Stewart Ames King For A Day
- 22 Mac Rebennack Sahara
- 23 Jackie Beavers Singing a Funky Song (For You Baby)
- 24 Jimmy "Soul" Clark Sweet Darlin'
- 25 Margie Hendrix One Room Paradise